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in the game. it was fun. we had a fun night. it was a good win for us. >> michele: andre brown missed the first eight games with a broken leg and comes back. two touchdowns tonight. has what has he meant to your offense? >> the physical running game he has brought and positive yardage and keeping us in good down and sdans and picking up protection. he has done a great job. peyton hillis played well tonight also. we run the ball wen' have to keep doing that. >> michele: you're 5-. what do you think? you're still in this. >> we knew after last week's loss we have to win five in a row aand this is the first one. you can't win five in a row if you don't win the first one so we accomplished that and got to keep going. >> michele: congratulations. >> thanks. >> michele: justin, had you two and a half sacks on the season. tonight have you a career high four. what got into you? >> you know what, man? coach always said just keep pounding the rock and what we have done. the numbers aren't there, but we rushed hard and tonight it came together for us. secondary did a great job of giving rg diffe
with michele. >> michele: well, drew, after losing the way you did last monday, you come back home to face the number one defense in the nfl and take control of the division. you had to have the game. so what was the mentality of this team coming in? >> we knew the challenge, especially on a short week, playing against a great divisional poept in the panthers. they had won eight in a row, so they were rolling. we wanted to hit our stride and get our swagger back. no better way than to come in the dome and do that. all three phases played exceptionally well tonight. got a great team win. >> michele: carolina's defense had given up just two first half touchdowns all season. you guys score three on them in the first half. what were you able to do that other offenses have not? >> we just had great balance and a lot of guys made plays. marques came up with huge catches, as did jimmy. the line did a great job. we mixed and matched the personnel groups and what we were doing. and defense did a great job of getting us the ball and giving us opportunities. >> michele: fastest quarterback in nfl his
. as she did last year, michelle obama will welcome children of military families to see the tree and their holiday decorations. >>> on this day in 1991 a bankrupt u.s. airlines halted prayings as seen on nbc news. >> the troubled airline industry suffered another death in the family. pan american airlines shut down after more than six decades of service. >>> happy birthday to tyra banks. she is 40. jay-z turns 44 and jeff bridges is 64. keep it here for more news, weather and sports. i'm betty nguyen. thank you for watching "early today." >>> good morning, everyone, it's 4:30. >> breaking news is in san jose this morning where crews are on the scene of a fire at a mobile home park. happening at the mobile home park near monterey and blossom hill road. just arrived on the scene, what can you tell us? >> that fire is out. a fire was in that double wide home as you can see right there. it started after 2:00 this morning. fire department had it out within 45 minutes. within the past 30 minutes or so, the inside of that space has cooled down enough for firefighters and investigators t
. >> so help me god. >> reporter: and in 2011, he was paid a visit in south africa by first lady michelle obama who brought along first daughters sasha and malia. admired around the world and revered at home, nelson mandela's south africa reentered the family of nations. he leaves a legacy of freedom and proof that one life can make a difference. >> we are one country. we are one people. >> and we are happy to be joined here in the studio tonight by nelson mandela's biographer. rick stangel is former managering editor of "time" magazine who during his time of chronicling the life of nelson mandela actually lived with him. he spoke about mandela in his book "mandela's way." in fact, he is god father to your older song. and my first quote to start off this conversation. you and i have known this day is coming for 20 years or more. the last pure hero on the planet. >> brian, e had is, indeed, the last pure hero. but if he were here to talk to us, he would say that he wasn't a hero in the conventional sense. he wasn't a saint. he wasn't a philosopher. he was a pragmatic politician. he had one
by first lady michelle obama who brought along her daughters. nelson mandela's south africa embraced a multi-racial future and re-entered the family of nations. he leaves a legacy of freedom and proof that one life can make a difference. >> we are one country. we are one people. >> reporter: brian williams, nbc news, new york. >> we will have more on mandela's death in just a moment, but, first, some other stories developing this friday. you are watching many americans experiencing a massive weren't storm blasting its way across much of the country. take a look at oklahoma. a number of accidents there have been reported due to the recent snow accumulation. temperatures in missouri dipping so low that roads became sheets of ice, leaving drivers just like that, sliding all over the streets. nbc's meteorologist bill karens has more on that for us. we've got that, and we also have what's happening in the west. >> there's a new storm coming. we have bitterly cold temperatures, northern rockies. winter just, boom, just all of a sudden slapping everyone in the face. look at this map. pink s
. michelle. and we own the paper cottage. it's a stationery and gifts store. anything we purchase for the paper cottage goes on our ink card. so you can manage your business expenses and access them online instantly with the game changing app from ink. we didn't get into business to spend time managing receipts, that's why we have ink. we like being in business because we like being creative, we like interacting with people. so you have time to focus on the things you love. ink from chase. so you can. ♪ [ female announcer ] may your holidays be merry and bright. merry pringles. [ female announcer ] may your holidays be merry and bright. every day we're working to and to keep our commitments. and we've made a big commitment to america. bp supports nearly 250,000 jobs here. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. . >>> finally tonight, it was not long after he became p
great ladies who were there, diane keaton was there and lea michelle were there. that little minute next to lea -- >> that's her mom? >> where is your mother? >> down there. >> you with heels on are like 6'2". >> a great woman who i met does great work with mental health disorders. she was outstanding. her name was tricia. >> and another tricia was there, right? >> yeah. they do a great, great event. i was happy to be hanging with the ladies. >> always doing your good stuff. >>> now we have breaking news, people. >> get ready. >> breaking news. apparently -- i don't know if they don't like to be called this. i don't use it with disrespect. they are now known as kimye. of course, we're talking about kim and kanye. reportedly, according to "us weekly" they want to get married in france at the palace of versailles, built in the 1600s, home to louis xvi and marie antoinette during the big french revolution. >> it's got a lot of gardens and stuff. a lot of it, obviously, will be off limits. there's a house of mirrors and all those famous things in there. they may do something on the grounds o
'm michelle. and we own the paper cottage. it's a stationery and gifts store. anything we purchase for the paper cottage goes on our ink card. so you can manage your business expenses and access them online instantly with the game changing app from ink. we didn't get into business to spend time managing receipts, that's why we have ink. we like being in business because we like being creative, we like interacting with people. so you have time to focus on the things you love. ink from chase. so you can. this morning on "meet the press" talking about the legacy and the lessons of nelson mandela. charles overtree is in boston with us this morning. professor, the modern influence that he has had. you think about president obama who meets him, and we have the pictures of it back in 2005. he's still a senator, and mandela had been encouraged to meet with this rising star in the democratic party, and this was their only meeting at the four seasons hotel in washington, the president reflecting on the life and times of mandela from the white house on thursday. >> i'm one of the countless mi
. >>> president obama and first lady michelle are on their way to south africa to attend nelson mandela's memorial service. mean tile, tributes to the anti-apartheid icon continue to pour in. nbc's ron allen has more. >> reporter: the celebration of the life of nelson mandela continues now for yet another day. >> i'm very proud to be a south african. >> reporter: all this in anticipation of a huge event tomorrow, the memorial service at the main soccer stadium here. it seats 80,000 to 100,000 people. there will be world leaders from across the globe, dozens of them, including president obama, former presidents clinton, bush, and carter. for the past few days, there's been an outpouring of emotion. it's mostly been celebration also mixed with grief and mourning. but most people here are trying to focus on the positive and focus on the legacy of nelson mandela. >> i decided to come and pay respects for actually teaching me to look beyond color, to learn how to forgive. >> that is what nelson mandela was and is, actually, still. bringing people together despite their differences. >> reporter: it's a
, of course, thinking about the man who meant so much to them. >> we have nbc's michelle kosinski in johannesburg this morning. michelle, good morning to you. >> reporter: hi, matt. amid the endless procession of people here, young and old, black and white, singing and dancing. south african president left the family home not long ago, and now we know there will be a large public memorial service on tuesday. for three days mandela's body will lie in state followed by his state funeral in the remote hometown on the 15th. ♪ >> reporter: this morning, south africans are facing a new reality, a country without nelson mandela. >> i think it's a very sad time, but also an opportunity to celebrate 95 years. >> our people have lost a father. >> reporter: south african jpt jacob zuma order all flags to be lowered to half staff beginning today as preparations are under way for an epic state funeral that could last at least ten days. expected to be a mix of western and african cultures, and unlike anything ever seen here before, rivalling the funerals of presidents, popes and royalty. the
cocaine on several occasions. nbc's michelle kazinski. michelle, good morning to you. >> hi, savannah. this is the second full day of testimony for nigella lawson and defense attorneys were able to point out some expenses by her former personal assistant that she had to admit may, in fact, may have been authorized by her. she also admitted to drug use, even with her children, but said she would rather be honest and ashamed than bullied by lies about it. she is back for another day of grilling on the stand. her strong voice often trembling. nigella admitted she used cocaine a hand full of times in her past while her husband was dying of cancer. and only once during her turbulent marriage denying there were things like credit card and rolls up bills around her desk and around her former home as one of the sisters claimed. or she was an everyday user. people who do that are a lot thinner than i am. she admitted to smoking marijuana, the odd joint, she said, during the last year. including at times with or in front of her teenage children. this was her chance to publicly and repeatedly ri
game. >> and yet friends like michelle baltz knew nici took her sobriety a day at a time and was terrified of making one slip and losing it all. >> she would tell you she had a headache and trying to get the girl to take an advil. you would think you were trying to inject her with heroin. >> nici's weekly alcoholics anonymous meetings, an hour's drive of her home, were the rock and foundation of that daily conscious effort. and on saturday morning, january 28th, she was supposed to attend a very special meeting. a celebration to honor her for eight years of sobriety. >> every year, it's your birthday. and it was her eighth birthday. >> as being a clean and sober woman. >> yes. she was so proud of it. we were so proud of her. everyone was proud of her. >> honey, it's mom. i don't know where you are, darling. >> but nici never showed up to that important meeting. never received her award. and now, friends and family desperately tried reaching her by phone. >> hi, nici. this is rod calling. we don't know what's going on. >> their pleas relegated to the silence of voicemail.
here but they are growing across this country and michelle kosinski is near the mandela home in johannesburg similar to what we are seeing seeing here. good morning. >> reporter: they were singing and dancing until three in the morning. even on this second day, what strikes you is the incredible diversity of this crowd. it's almost like an impromptu global village has sprouted up. everyone has a sense of togetherness and palpable sense of community. even this morning the procession continued and flowers and notes and families together. >> this morning, my wife told me we have to go. >> reporter: this little boy drew a picture of a house and trees. he and his mother drove four hours from the village that mandela has helped build. >> if it had not been for him, we couldn't build this. >> reporter: this gathering place has drawn very young and very old. all races and all faiths. each carrying a personal story, a snapshot of how mandela changed lives here. these two were able adopt their children because of him. this mother says he brought freedom to all races. and deep into the
assistants. she is pulling no punches. let's get to more from london. michelle, good morning it you. >> reporter: hi. this has turned from a fraud trial into a very public dissection of nigella lawson's personal life. the former assistant's defense is that she had a daily cocaine habit among other drugs and that she would let them spend while they kept her secret. something that the celebrity today stridently denies. nigella lawson took the stand looking impeccably groomed. speaking loudly and confidently at first, but her voice often wared. at other times she angrily argued with the way her household was described. she said the staff were like members of her family -- >> i'm calm and ready for whatever life throws at me in the kitchen now. >> reporter: told the court that while she was generous with gifts to the sisters including a new set of teeth and. >> narrator: a nightclub, there was no authorization for them to spend more than $1 million over about five years. nigella's ex-husband, mogul charles saatchi agrees, but he testified when the sisters' allegations came to light, he
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